(urth) Pathos for Latros (Son of Witz)
Son of Witz
sonofwitz at butcherbaker.org
Fri Mar 19 14:32:36 PDT 2010
On Fri, March 19, 2010 5:11 pm, David Stockhoff wrote:
> Just reading that again gave me chills.
happy to help. it's a hot day.
I really love these Latro books. I don't mind feeling lost in the plot.
Latro is lost too.
I haven't heard anything about more of them, though I don't suppose I
would. It must take a lot of research to write these. I don't know how
Sidon ends. One wants Latro to get his memory, but that might thwart the
very point. Still, one wants him to find peace.
>> Geese fly overhead, flying by night, calling like new boots across the
>> to their fellows. It may be the last sound I hear. Every man hears a
>> sound. For many it must be the clash of arms. That is a good last sound,
>> but the shouts of geese is a better one. We sink into the earth, down
>> into the lands of the dead. Where I shall drink from Death's river to
>> forget a life I cannot remember.
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